psalm 30:5 sermon
There are those that can be cured, and there are those that cannot. (E. H. Eland, M. She has a pale face, her step is languid, like one who has travelled far and is weary; and her tears flow so fast that she cannot wipe them away. Then you will see somewhat of the depth of misery from which you have been redeemed, and of the height of glory to which you are exalted; and will behold your Redeemer face to face; and join in all the songs of the redeemed: and look forward to eternity as the duration of your bliss. Ernst Hengstenberg on John, Revelation, Ecclesiastes, Ezekiel & Psalms. Beginning in verse 4, the speaker addresses the congregation, the “faithful ones.” They are called to join in the thanksgiving to God.
As having experienced mercy, we are called to sing, and praise our God. 2. they are followed — by days of gladness, by giving "the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness" — all this experience of life should remind us that in the lines along which God is working, the secret principles of His government by that which is good and by that which is painful, through Weeping and through Joy, through this strangely mingled experience of human life, He is slowly working out that great purpose and toward that great end, the eternal good of all His creatures. Scripture: Psalms 30:5, Matthew 10:29-30, Luke 14:18. The Other Side Of Failure Contributed by Dr. Jonathan L Vorce on Jul 13, 2019 | 2,807 views.
2Walter Brueggemann, The Message of the Psalms: A Theological Commentary (Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1984), especially p. 127. Some of us try to fight against that merciful process and seem to think that it is a merit to continue, by half artificial means, the first moment of pain, and that it is treason to some dear remembrances to let life have its way, and to-day have its rights. For is there no energy but that of the substances which are known to chemistry? And thus all anxieties as to the recognition of friends are set at rest. Psalms 30:5.
The pleas are in verses 8 and 10. God is the eternal righteousness as well as the eternal love. Nothing can really prevent us from enjoying God's presence, but our own sin. But, as we are not all in the holy frame of David, and as the text itself suggests views somewhat different from those of joyous exultation, I shall adhere rather to the words before us, and point out our duty, not so much in the contemplation of mercy enjoyed, as of mercy needed and desired. Copyright StatementThese files are a derivative of an electronic edition prepared from text scanned by Woodside Bible Fellowship.This expanded edition of the Jameison-Faussett-Brown Commentary is in the public domain and may be freely used and distributed. What parent that truly loves his child will let that child flagrantly and persistently sin and not punish him? “Mercy” is the attribute in which “he most delights [Note: Micah 7:18. His favour had been withdrawn, His displeasure manifested, but it was only for a moment, which moment is contrasted with the whole life gladdened with His smile.
We can make our lives, to our own thinking, very much what we will. She tells us that she well remembers how Asaph long ago used to say (Psalms 73:1-2; Psalms 73:5; Psalms 73:18). And so one uniform divine purpose, the ‘favour’ which uses the ‘anger,’ fills the life, and there are no interruptions, howsoever brief, to the steady continuous flow of His outpoured blessings. It is the design of the passage to teach us that one of these is more than the other, that the favour is more than the anger, the morning of joy more than the night of weeping. Courage, cheerfulness, thankfulness, buoyancy, resolution, are all closely connected with a sane estimate of the relative proportions of the bright and the dark in a human life. How is it with you? "Commentary on Psalms 30:5". To limit Gospel invitations to a favoured few is unscriptural. For his anger endureth but a moment; in his favour is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning. Weeping may indeed last for a night but joy comes in the morning. The structure of Psalm 30 tells the story: The opening of the psalm declares praise and thanksgiving for God’s rescue from the crisis at hand and from opponents who had made the crisis more difficult. O what views will the redeemed spirit have of the favour of God then! 4. A white lily is fairer than a flaunting peony, and the joy into which sorrow accepted turns is pure and refining and good. Summers.).
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